Strange Interlude: Kilt & Gore's Infamous PlaylistKilt needs to generate revenue for Covenant BOB: Alexandria Division, and he needs Gore’s assistance.
Strange Interlude: Postcards From Morning Wood
Schools out for summer and MW takes some time away from the relaxation of her vacation in Innsmouth to correspond with her Alexandria comrades.
Strange Interlude: Bothering the Talent with Novelist Drew Hayes
Steve the alien stumbles upon a transmission from an alternate dimension where our intrepid heroes converse with the insanely talented Drew Hayes.
EPISODE 15 - "Outcall"
It's Girl Scout cookie season in Alexandria, and MW gets a surprise visitor at the studio. "Outcall" is written and narrated by Soren Narnia--Check out his podcast: Knifepoint Horror, and twitter @SorenNarnia.
EPISODE 14 - "AURA"
It’s Creation Fest, and the students of AU are ready to show off their work! “AURA” is written by Colleen Kochensparger (follow her on Twitter @colleenyourroom) and narrated by Isha Sacharow.
EPISODE 13 - "Ophelia Explains It All"
A student struggles with his floor mates and another has a dark confession to make. “Ophelia Explains it All” is written by Al Bruno and narrated by Addison Peacock.
EPISODE 12 - "Spooks"
Gore’s a man on the run, and the unholy alliance between AU’s Temple of the Golden Dawn and the Christian Fellowship have big plans for the student body.
EPISODE 11 - "The Mandela Effect"
Morning Wood gets a call from a mysterious little girl, Kilt has an invitation, and a voice recorder found in the hedge maze has a secret to reveal. Also: Click here for The Lift podcast! And click here for The Cryptid Keeper podcast! Sooooo worth your time =)
EPISODE 10 - "Shine"
It’s quiz night at the Ironclad, with your hosts Morning Wood and The Revelator! The Others.
EPISODE 9.5 - "THE SKIES HAVE EYES WITH YOUR HOST THE REVELATOR"
You're listening to The Skies Have Eyes, with your host: The Reveator! Featuring a very special guest from the podcast The Others.
EPISODE 9 - "THE HEDGE MAZE"
Something sinister prowls the campus, Gore returns, and Morning Wood goes for a ride with Lt. Wooley. "The Hedge Maze" was written by Aaron Redacted and edited by Nicole Jorge and Uri Sacharow. It is performed by Peter Coffey. Featuring a very special guest from the podcast Cryptid Creatures.
EPISODE 8 - "LABYRINTH"
Is the Paquiwoc Theater haunted? A call from AUPS gives us the answer. "Labyrinth" was written by Costa Koutsoutis and edited by Uri Sacharow and Nicole Jorge. It is performed by Isha Sacharow.
EPISODE 7 - "Initiation Night"
Morning Wood offers up some questionable advice and representatives from the Honors College explain how they're better than everyone else. “Initiation Night” was written by Uri Sacharow and edited by Nicole Jorge. It is performed by Uri Sacharow.
EPISODE 6 - "Christmas With Kurz"
Conspiracy theories abound and AU celebrates the holidays “Christmas With Kurz” was written by Nicole Jorge and Aaron Redacted, edited by Uri Sacharow and performed by Uri Sacharow.
EPISODE 5 - "Househunting"
AU prepares for the holidays, and Gore gets a car. Sort of. “Househunting” was written by Nicole Jorge, edited by Uri Sacharow and Aaron Redacted, and performed by Stephanie Redacted.
EPISODE 4 - "Echoes of Laughter"
AU recovers from the aftermath of Wendigo Fest and the Dean isn't happy. Featuring "Echoes of Laughter" written by Zoe Mikel-Stites and performed by Uri Sacahrow.
EPISODE 3 - "THE TUNNELS"
Morning Wood brings you the latest on this year's WendigoFest from a special guest, but not before the resident vampire calls in with an update. Featuring "The Tunnels" written by Nicole Jorge, Uri Sacharow, and Aaron Redacted and performed by Aaron Redacted.
EPISODE 2 - "HOUSE PAINTING ON HALLOWEEN"
It's Halloween on campus and Morning Wood has a brush with the Iron Law of Alexandria. Featuring "House Painting On Halloween" written by Uri Sacharow and performed by Zoe Mikel-Stites.
EPISODE 1 - "SERVICE CALL"
Morning Wood hears from a curious new caller. The Dean has some announcements to make. Featuring "Service Call" written by Uri Sacharow and performed by Zoe Mikel-Stites.